Tom S

Supply Chain Manager - 20 Years of Experience - Near 78660


Supply Chain Manager

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Thomas W. Shatzer 18705 Dry Lake Lane Pflugerville, TX 78660 (512) 318-6501 Dear Hiring Manager: I am seeking an opportunity to use my education, knowledge and skills in distribution management and Project Management. My extensive experience includes many skills that I feel would make me a successful manager for companies seeking to improve their productivity and profitability. I have had the opportunity to manage in many distribution structures as well as different company cultures the past several years. I started working in distribution centers in High School and have been in warehouse operations for over twenty years; working as a warehouse attendant, Supervisor, Senior Supervisors and Senior Director positions. My experience includes working for companies that range from private, mid-size/fortune 500 and non-profit companies both in unionized/non-unionized environments. My last 4 positions were eliminated by budget cuts and organizational restructure. I have earned a MBA, with an undergraduate degree in Workforce Development and Business. My professional growth includes Kaizen Quality and Continuous Improvement (Green Belt and Champion Six Sigma, SWOT, and creation of ISO certifications. I have extensive knowledge of warehouse management, staff development, safety and security, budgeting, scheduling, and overall operations. The key strengths that I possess for success in this field include, but are not limited to the following: Operations evaluation and assessments. Promoting exceptional customer service for internal and external customers. Implementing Continuous Improvement Teams and 5S work environments. Strong communication and training skills. Workflow and inventory analysis. Establishing performance measures and objectives. Attached is a copy of my resume with more specific information. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you about your career opportunity. Sincerely, Tom Shatzer